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Manchester City’s summer transfer window 2023: Complete list of 34 arrivals and departures



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The 2023 summer transfer window has officially closed, with Manchester City completing 27 deals over the three month period.

Pep Guardiola has added a total of four new first-team players to his Manchester City squad for the defence of their Treble, as well as bidding farewell to four members of last season’s historic team that claimed a first ever Champions League title.

Ilkay Gundogan, Riyad Mahrez, Aymeric Laporte and Cole Palmer have all left the Etihad Stadium during the summer transfer window, with the former two players completing moves to the Saudi Pro League.

Manchester City have completed the signings of Croatian pair Mateo Kovacic and Josko Gvardiol, as well as welcoming Jeremy Doku from Stade Rennais and Matheus Nunes from Wolves.

Nunes completed a £53 million move to the Etihad Stadium on Deadline Day, having dramatically gone on strike over the weekend in an attempt to force a move to the Premier League and European champions.

With a series of arrivals, departures and loan moves, here is a comprehensive overview of all the business undertaken by Manchester City this summer!


Mateo Kovacic: Chelsea to Manchester City, (£25 million plus £5 million in add-ons)

Josko Gvardiol: RB Leipzig to Manchester City, (£78 million)

Jeremy Doku: Stade Rennais to Manchester City, (£55 million)

Matheus Nunes: Wolves to Manchester City, (£53 million)

Jamal Baptiste: Free agent to Manchester City, (Unknown terms)

Spike Brits: AFC Wimbledon to Manchester City, (Unknown terms)

Harrison Parker: Manchester United to Manchester City, (Unknown terms)

Juanma Lillo: Al Sadd SC to Manchester City, (Unknown terms)

Inigo Dominquez: Al Sadd SC to Manchester City, (Unknown terms)

Thomas Krucken: VfB Stuttgart to Manchester City, (Unknown terms)


Riyad Mahrez: Manchester City to Al Ahli, (£30.4 million plus £5 million add-ons, Permanent)

Aymeric Laporte: Manchester City to Al Nassr, (23.5 million, Permanent)

Cole Palmer: Manchester City to Chelsea, (£40 million plus £2.5 million add-ons, Permanent)

Carlos Borges: Manchester City to Ajax, (€14 million plus €5 million add-ons, Permanent)

James Trafford: Manchester City to Burnley, (£15 million plus £4 million add-ons, Permanent)

Shea Charles: Manchester City to Southampton, (£10.5 million, Permanent)

Yangel Herrera: Manchester City to Girona, (€5 million)

Adedire Mebude: Manchester City to KVC Westerlo, (£1.65 million, Permanent)

Daniel Ogwuru: Manchester City to Norwich City, (Unknown terms, Permanent)

Ilkay Gundogan: Manchester City to FC Barcelona, (Free transfer)

Nahuel Bustos: Manchester City to CA Talleres, (Free transfer)

Callum Doyle: Manchester City to Leicester City, (Season-long loan, £500,000 loan fee)

Taylor Harwood-Bellis: Manchester City to Southampton (Season-long loan, £20 million obligation to buy in event of Premier League promotion)

Tommy Doyle: Manchester City to Wolves (Season-long loan, £5 million option to buy)

Joao Cancelo: Manchester City to FC Barcelona, (Season-long loan)

Maximo Perrone: Manchester City to UD Las Palmas, (Season-long loan)

Josh Wilson-Esbrand: Manchester City to Stade de Reims, (Season-long loan)

Issa Kabore: Manchester City to Luton Town, (Season-long loan)

Yan Couto: Manchester City to Girona, (Season-long loan)

James McAtee: Manchester City to Sheffield United (Season-long loan)

Slobodan Tedic: Manchester City to Charlton Athletic (Season-long loan)

Jamal Baptiste: Manchester City to Lommel SK (Season-long loan)

Enzo Maresca: Manchester City to Leicester City, (Unknown terms)

Rodolfo Borrell: Manchester City to Austin FC, (Unknown terms)

Spend: £211 million

Revenue: £133.1 million

Final figures: -£77.9 million